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74TH CONGRESS. SESS. II. CBS. 62,65,69. FEB . 11-18,1986. claim, any contract to the contrary notwithstanding. Any person violating thelrovisions of this Act shall be deemed guilty of a mis- demeanor an upon conviction thereof shall be fined III any sum not exceeding $1,000. Approved, February 11, 1936. {CHAPTER 65.} JOINT RESOLUTION Granting permission to Hugh S. Cumming, Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service; John D. Long, medical director, United States Public Health Service; Bolivar J. LloI:d, medical director, United States Public Health Service; and Clifford R. Eskey, surgeon, United States Public Health Service, to accept and wear certain decorations bestowed upon them by the Governments of Ecuador, Chile, Peru, and Cuba. 2221 Penalty for violati(llL Febrnaryl2, lQ3f1. (S. J. Res. 169.) (Prlv. Res., No.1.) Resolved by the Senate and H0'U8e of Rep'l'esematives of the United States of America in Oongress fl8sembled, That Hugh S. Cumming, IJ'~' Cumming, Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service, be anM~Y acc:8pt,etc.,cer. authorized to accept and wear the decoration of the order TarmstroBot (talk). foreign decom- AI Merito, bestowed by the Government of Ecuador; the order of Carlos Finlay, bestowed by the Government of Cuba; and of the order El Sol de Peru; that John D. Long, medical director, United John D. Long. States Public Health Service, be authorize,d to accept and wear the decorations of the order Al Merito, bestowed by the Government of Chile; the order Al Merito, bestowed by the Government of Ecuador; the order of Carlos Finlay, bestowed by the Government of Cuba; and the order El Sol de Peru' that Bolivar J. Lloyd, BolivarJ. Uoyd. medical director, United States Public Heaith Service, be authorized to accept and wear the decoration of the order Al Merito, bestowed by the Government of Ecuador; that Clifford R. Eskey, surgeon, Clillord R. Eskey. United. States Public Health Service, be authorized to a~pt and wear the decoration of the order Al Merito, bestowed by the Govern- ment of Ecuador, the fore~ing decorations having been conferred upon these officers by the Republics mentioned in recognition of assistance rendered by them, as representatives of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau, in matwrs relating to sanitation and health; and Deli{e~ by Depart. the Department of State is hereby authorized and permitted to ment 0 ,tate. deliver the above-mentioned decorations to the said Hugh S. Cummi.n g i John D. Long, Bolivar J. Lloyd, and Clifford R. Eskey, respectIve y. Approved, February 12, 1936. [CHAPTER 69.) AN ACT For the relief of John Z. Lowe. Be it enacted by the Senate and H(YU8C of Rep'l'esentaJives of the United States of America in Oo-ngres8 as ..wmbled, That the Comp- troller General of the United States is authorized and directed to credit the accounts of John Z. Lowe, former collector of internal revenue for the second district of New York, in the sum of $3,500, said sum representing the amount of an aUeged shortage in the count of stamps charged as ha.ving been sent to and received by him during the fiscal year 1916. Approved, February 13, 1936. Fehruary 13, 1936. [~. 129!!.1 (Private, No. 3Iii- . ) John Z. Lowe. Cre.lit in 1U"l"ounts.